Ice Time Update, News (Grand Valley Minor Hockey)

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Sep 17, 2018 | hcassidy | 878 views
Ice Time Update
Hello Membership:

Grand Valley Minor Hockey has recently been informed that, due to some infrastructure repairs, the arena will be delayed in having the ice ready this season. To the best of our knowledge, the ice is expected to be ready for October 9th.

To make up for this lost ice time, we have secured some ice in the Shelburne arena until Grand Valley is ready so that our Tyke-Bantam players can be up to speed and prepared when their regular season games begin.  

These rescheduled skills sessions will be posted to the calendar and emailed to the teams.

As the IP program is unique from the older programming, it will launch on October 13th in Grand Valley.

Brett Lyons
President GVMHA
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